Being a storefront on a public street meant all design and construction works had to be done in conjunction with the Borough Council of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk.
Design consultations and drawings were completed in collaboration with the client before being sent for the Council’s approval.
Once approved, construction works began, initially repairing the roof, lead, and render, followed by the installation of our Trundley Rainwater Systems seamless guttering.
Projects that begin with a returning client always invoke a sense of pride, because it’s an endorsement that they are completely satisfied with the work you did previously.
We are also pleased that our client was able to keep her business running whilst the work on the shop front was taking place, ensuring our work never interfered with her operation.
Together, this project and the previous job at the client’s home mean she now has beautiful spaces to host her friends, family, and customers.
The façade and windows were also repaired before complete decoration works took place to add the final touches to the client’s shop front.
You can read the case study for the Insurance Repair project here.